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3 bedroom character property for sale

St. Clether, Launceston

Offers in Excess of £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sheltered in a valley beside Bodmin Moor and near to North Cornish Coast
  • Gorgeous 4.6 acre, traditional smallholding with cottage annexe and barns
  • Tranquil setting with own water supply, pond and stream running through
  • Extended two / three bedroom cottage, character single bedroom annexe and two traditional barns
  • Mainly level pastureland in ring fence with mature trees and good road frontage
  • Level access drive yardage and garden areas
  • Garage, workshop, tool shed and greenhouse
  • Conversion potential of barns confirmed by planning department
  • EPC = F

Full description

Treraven occupies a sheltered, valley setting just to the north east of the open expanses of Bodmin Moor. Within the Parish of St Clether is an ancient Church and even older, Holy Well set in a moorland setting. The parish is known for its unspoilt rural scenery. Nearby Altarnun and Five Lanes provides two good food pubs, primary school and village shop. Within 2.5 miles, the property has access to the A395 Kennards House to Davidstow road providing ease of access to the A39 Atlantic Highway serving North Cornwall and North Devon and the A30 dual carriageway spineroad for    Cornwall and Devon.

In all directions from the property there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. To the north is one of the country's most stunning stretches of National Trust Cliff Scenery with southwest coast path, quaint former fishing villages and popular family surfing beaches. To the west  are the open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding and to the east is Dartmoor National Park. Running southwards the hidden Tamar Valley steeped in 18th century mining  history is renowned for salmon fishing and runs to historic Plymouth sound with all its yachting activities and the Continental ferry port.

The city of Exeter is 51 miles to the east providing M5 motorway link,  Inter-city Rail Link and International Airport. 

Treraven is a detached, traditional cottage of stone walls beneath pitched roof with slate cladding. There is a  traditional one bedroom annexe known as Hawk within the grounds, and set away from the road a two storey vernacular barn with nearby, single storey barn.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 November 2016

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